SWAN


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AcronymDefinition
SWANStructured Wireless Aware Network (Cisco)
SWANSocial Work Access Network
SWANSystem Wide Automated Network (Suburban Library System)
SWANSemantic Web Annotator
SWANSimulator for Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks
SWANSystem without a Name (game engine)
SWANStateless Wireless Ad-Hoc Network
SWANSymantec Women's Action Network
SWANSociety of Women Addicted to Needlework
SWANSomebody Worth Accepting Now (Phoenix, Arizona)
SWANSacramento Wide Area Networking project
SWANSouth Western Association of Naturalists
SWANSingapore Women's Auxiliary Naval Service
SWANSouth West Artist Network
SWANSARDA Wide Area Network
SWANSecure Wide Area Network
SWANSerial Wide Area Network
SWANShipboard Wide Area Network
SWANSleep Well At Night (term for low-risk investments)
SWANStudy of Women's Health Across the Nation
SWANSolar Wind ANisotropies
SWANSatellite Wide Area Network
SWANShan Women's Action Network (Myanmar and Thailand)
SWANSystem for Wearable Audio Navigation
SWANStudents with Additional Needs (various locations)
SWANState-Wide Area Network (India)
SWANSyndrome Without A Name
SWANSun Wide Area Network
SWANSupport Wide Area Network (US DoD)
SWANSports Writers Association of Nigeria (sports journalism)
References in classic literature ?
Then she threw over each one a little shirt, which when it had touched their bodies changed them into swans, and they flew away over the forest.
As if planted on purpose for him, there soon appeared a little tuft of maples, with a delightful recess in the midst, and such a fresh bubbling spring that it seemed never to have sparkled for any wayfarer but David Swan.
It was launched upon the sheet of water, and floated there as gracefully as a swan.
Please be at the Black Swan Hotel at Winchester at midday to-morrow," it said.
I'll have a row of electric lamps up here inside of six months, and you won't know it again, with a thousand candle-power Swan and Edison right here in front of the hall door.
Once upon a yellow sandbank I saw a creature like a huge swan, with a clumsy body and a high, flexible neck, shuffling about upon the margin.
Into this dimly-lit and dim-featured group May Archer floated like a swan with the sunset on her: she seemed larger, fairer, more voluminously rustling than her husband had ever seen her; and he perceived that the rosiness and rustlingness were the tokens of an extreme and infantile shyness.
I watched a silver swan, which had a living grace about his movements and a living intelligence in his eyes--watched him swimming about as comfortably and as unconcernedly as if he had been born in a morass instead of a jeweler's shop--watched him seize a silver fish from under the water and hold up his head and go through all the customary and elaborate motions of swallowing it--but the moment it disappeared down his throat some tattooed South Sea Islanders approached and I yielded to their attractions.
The gypsy's song had disturbed Gringoire's revery as the swan disturbs the water.
She walked a few steps more till she came to Swan and Edgar's, then stopped and waited, facing the road.
The sledge was shaped like a great golden swan, and between the swan's wings lay the little Princess herself.
It was frozen over, but a single hole was left for the convenience of a solitary swan.